SOUTH East cattle breeders are hoping buoyant prices will continue into the new year to build on solid results for 2016.
Droughts in the north of Australia resulted in a significant price rise over the past year.
The droughts in Queensland caused a nationwide decline in cattle numbers.
Ray White Keatley principal stock agent Dale Keatley said the drop in national herd numbers strengthened the market.
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